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Nov 24, 2009 9:00am EST
united states. >> reporter: second busiest airport in the world through here. if you just showed this video today i would not think that this is probably a thanksgiving travel day. grant it, we are at terminal three, and this is a united hub which is terminal 1. this is not that bad. people are coming in and doing what they have to do, and some people peeved at the surcharge they have to pay for the first time this year, and everybody seems ton getti be getting alon. all in all, i would think, and i have been here before this would be busier at this time. airline travel down 62% since the year 2000. not surprising here. we will see rain rotate into chicago for tonight. i don't know if it will delay things, really. maybe a brief ground stop. that's all we are seeing in atlanta this morning. another piece to the system is coming down on wednesday night and thursday. that may give us enough for a white thanksgiving for chicago, and right now it's a warm city at 45 degrees. back to you, dylan? >> thank you. >>> more coming up here at the "morning meeting." a purity test with ronald r
Nov 20, 2009 9:00am EST
united states. does he have this kind of information for future terrorists attacks? will he provide that? is it worth going down the road of enhanced interrogation techniques to just get at what he might have or may have versus what we know we can already prosecute him for? >> let's deal with the concept of too dangerous to prosecute or the third class of prisoner. how do you begin and what is your respective thought? >> well, on the field of battle you have one set of rules and then capturing somebody and bringing them back here and prosecute them in a court. i think that's the model for how you handle these types of dangerous war criminals. but the fact of a trail it elevates at every level every principle we believe in. >> it creates a terrorists threat -- >> yeah, always a risk of that. but the reality is either they will be taken overseas in the military context or if we capture them we can bring them back here and handle it and win the verdict. >> and the evidence after waterboarding? >> it will not be suppressed. they will say this type of interrogation may not have been proper, b
Nov 25, 2009 9:00am EST
helping the american taxpayer or, for that matter, representing the united states. what happened to the messesage of change and is it that americans are losing faith in the messenger and, as a result, politicians behaving in a more and more self-interested manner? forget america's next top model. we have the winner of washington's next great pundit. we're going to try to outspin the spinner in a little bit here. >>> no spin here. millions of americans are packing planes, trains and automobiles for the great thanksgiving get-awane we are live on the travel front for you for the obvious reason. it's 10:00 a.m. do pull up a chair and join the "morning meeting." >>> go big and then go home. the president preparing to walk a very fine line this coming tuesday night, expecting to tell the american people that by sending tens of thousands more troops to afghanistan, that the war will end much faster. >> after eight years, some of those years in which we did not have, i think, either the resources or the strategy to get the job done, it is my intention to finish the job. >> and a new poll s
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